NBA “Villain” Dillon Brooks Stares Down the Barrel of Losing 2 Kids in Custody Battle

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Some bad guys have always existed in the league. athletes who draw attention from everyone despite not being well-liked by many people.

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Even though the idea of a villain is not new, Dillon Brooks undoubtedly earned a unique position in history.

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In fact, he has drawn comparisons between his villainous persona and the "Mamba Mentality" of the late great Kobe Bryant. 

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Without a doubt, the analogy should only be viewed as a source of appreciation because Brooks still has a lot to prove in the game.

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Despite his shenanigans, Brooks is a fantastic athlete with a lot of potential. The 27-year-old has found himself in the center of a kid custody dispute

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while a new season is being released. According to the most recent rumors, if things don't go his way, the Canadian native might lose his two children in this conflict

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It will be costly for a young, talented athlete to get caught up in such mental turmoil. Two children, born to Heather Andrews and Brooks. 

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She's submitted a "petition to determine parental relationship." While Brooks is appealing for joint custody,

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Andrews is requesting sole custody of their daughter. However, because Brooks will be required to pay child support, 

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 this is a lose-lose situation for him in either case. The NBA's prior records indicate that the child support payments have been a complete fiasco.

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As per the rules of California, the Houston Rockets star will have to pay monthly child support. Going by the millions of dollars that Brooks earns,

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Surprisingly, Brooks has a second child—Mila—with the same lady, but she is not referenced in any of the court documents or in the custody dispute.

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